The reconstruction concept of the town of Bar central part
Updated: Feb 18
The following base directions for modeling of Memorial Square were selected:
Below are suggestions for landscaping this area. Replacing the curbs and laying the pavement will significantly change the appearance of the area. Extending the lawn and using the back light will give the square very festive look. Using the tiles with LED elements. Leveling the soil and sowing grass is required.
Lets move to the territory opposite the bus station. In summer there is a spontaneous trading and also this area is used as a parking lot.
Since the citizens have chosen exactly this form of using this space, we will continue to design it as parking lot. One-way parking and a commercial area are planned to be separated from the road by a lawn with grass and thuja plantings. Evergreen trees will restrain dust, sound pollution and will give some shade for the parking lot.
Entrepreneurs wishing to trade will be able to use 6 boutiques that separate parking lot from Memorial Square. Pedestrians will move along sidewalks and through covered walkways to the Square.
As the parking lot will be one-side way, the way out of it will be from the store of Grosh supermarket.
Many readers will be interested in seeing some other uses of the parking lot. In a different aspect, a pedestrian area is offered, although the vision of the Bar Town Council is just parking for the guests of the town! Swipe sideways to view.
The next stage was the modeling and visualization of the territory next to the central library.
The main change for this zone is to reduce the area of the flower beds, round the corners and reduce them to the sidewalk. Flowerbeds are planted with decorative maple trees, they are well amenable to crown formation and do not drop leaves until deep fall. It is advisable to lay the area in front of the library with a pavement tile of "neutral" light gray color, which will give the area a clean appearance in any weather. But the most courageous solution is to transfer the T.G. Shevchenko monument in front of the library.<